Mallika Sukumaran

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Mallika Sukumaran
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Born Mohamallika
15 November 1954 (1954-11-15) (age 62)
Haripad, Kerala
Occupation Actress
Years active 1974 – present
Spouse(s) Jagathy Sreekumar (1976 - 1978, Divorced)
Sukumaran (1978 - 1997, Deceased)
Children Indrajith Sukumaran and Prithviraj Sukumaran

Mallika Sukumaran is an Indian film and television actress.

The 1974 Malayalam film Utharayanam by G. Aravindan was her first film. Since then, she has appeared in over 60 films. She won the Kerala State Film award for Second Best Actress for her role in the 1974 film Swapnadanam.

Her first appearance in television was in a tele-serial by K.K. Rajeev called Peythozhiyathe. She won the Second Best Actress Award in Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards (2004) for her role in the serial American Dreams.

She is well-known for her comedic roles as well as her antagonistic roles.

She made her debut in Tamil cinema with the 2008 film Vaazhthugal.

She has acted in some advertisements and participated in some talk shows and game shows.

Personal life[edit]

She was born as Mohamallika to Madhavan Pillai Kainikkara and Shobha as youngest among four children.[1]She has an elder brother, Velayudhan Pilla and two elder sisters, Premachandrika, Ragalathika. She had her primary education from Government Higher Secondary School for Girls, Cotton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram. She pursued bachelors in Arts in History from Govt. College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram.[2]

She married Jagathy in 1976 but the marriage ended in divorce. Later on 17 October 1978 she married Malayalam actor Sukumaran.[3] After marrying Sukumaran, she retired from the limelight. After the demise of her husband, she returned to the film industry.

Her sons Prithviraj and Indrajith are leading actors in Malayalam cinema.[4] Actress and television anchor Poornima Indrajith is her daughter in law.

Career[edit]

The 1974 film Utharayanam by G. Aravindan was Mallika's first film.[5] In 1975, she acted in the film Boy Friend and later in Pichathikutappan (1979) directed by P. Venu. When she married the Malayalam actor Sukumaran, she left her acting career.

After the demise of her husband, she came back to acting. Her first acting initiative was a tele-serial by K.K. Rajeev called Peythozhiyathe. Valayam, Snehadooram, Sthree Oru Santhwanam, Harichandhanam, American Dreams, Indhumukhi Chandhramathi, Porutham are some of her popular tele-serials. She also got a film-TV critics award for her role in the serial American Dreams.[6]

Her first movie in her comeback is the Rajasenan movie Meghasandesham. Suresh Gopi was the hero of this movie. Her role in Ranjith's Ammakkilikkoodu was widely appreciated. Recently she has judged popular reality show Amma Ammmayiyamma telecasting on Kairali TV. She has acted in some advertisements also. She sang the song Ormayundo in PP Govindan's 1977 film Saritha along with P Jayachandran.

Her first movie in Tamil cinema was Vaazhthugal by Sebastian Seeman.[7]

In January 2013, she launched Spice Boat, a Multi Cuisine Restaurant at West Bay, Doha, Qatar. She is the CEO and the Executive Chairperson of the restaurant. She holds a resident permit for Doha.[8][9]

Awards[edit]

Kerala State Film Awards[edit]

Mallika Sukumaran with Prithviraj Sukumaran during the marriage function of actress Kavya Madhavan

Kerala state critics award[edit]

  • Life time a achievement Award (2016)

Asianet Television awards[edit]

  • Best Character actress -Harichandanam (2011)

Kaveri TV awards[edit]

  • Best Second actress -American dreams(2004)

Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards (2004)[edit]

  • Second Best Actress - American Dreams

Filmography[edit]

  • Rockstar (2015) .... Alice
  • Oru Yathrayude Anthyam (2015) ....
  • Tamaar Padaar (2014) (Voice only)
  • Njanum Ente Familiyum (2012) .... Jaininte
  • PSC Balan (2011)
  • Ammanilavu (2010)
  • Ivar Vivahitharayal (2009) .... Treesa's mother
  • Calendar (2009) .... Annamma
  • Thirakkatha (2008) .... Sarojam
  • Vaazhthugal (Tamil) (2008)
  • Chota Mumbai (2007) .... Roseley
  • Romeoo (2007)... Lakshmikutty
  • Vrindavanam (2006)
  • Ammakilikkoodu (2003) .... Saramma
  • Sthithi (2003)
  • Megasandesam (2001) .... College Professor
  • Thrishna (1981) .... Kannamma
  • Daaliyapookkal (1980)
  • Maalika Paniyunnavar (1979) ... Meenakshi
  • Mochanam (1979)
  • Pichathikuttapan (1979)
  • Hridayathinte Nirangal (1979)
  • Mannu (1978) .... Naani
  • Etho Oru Swapnam (1978) .... Vijayamma
  • Aval Vishwasthayayirunnu (1978)... Lisy
  • Kudubam Oru Sreekovil (1978).... Sumithra
  • Madanolsavam (1978) ... Rajasekharan Thampi's wife
  • Jayikkanayi Janichavan (1978) ... Rani
  • Kaathirunna Nimisham (1978) ... Savithri
  • Premashilpi (1978) ... Bindu's mother
  • Aanppachan (1978) .... Girly
  • Avalude Raavukal (1978) ... Voice only
  • Adavukal Pathinettu (1978) ... Voice only
  • Samayamayilla Polum (1978)
  • Vayanadan Thampan (1978)
  • Asthmatically (1978)
  • Padakkuthira (1978)
  • Chakravarthini (1977)
  • Nizhale Nee Sakshi (1977)
  • Kavilamma (1977)
  • Vezhambal (1977)
  • Sooryakanthi (1977)
  • Yudhakandam (1977)
  • Sneham (1977)
  • Harshabashppam (1977)
  • Sujatha (1977)
  • Madhuraswapnam (1977)
  • Agni Nakshathram (1977)
  • Sreedevi (1977)
  • Ashtamangalyam (1977)
  • Aval Oru Devalayam (1977)
  • Jagad Guru Adishankaran (1977) ... Sarasavani
  • Poojakedukkatha Pookkal (1977) .... Gomathi
  • Vidarunna Mottukal (1977) .... School teacher
  • Vazhivilakku (1976)
  • Light House (1976) ... Mallika
  • Chirikudukka (1976).... Appakari Mariya
  • Swapnadanam (1976) .... Rosy Cheriyan
  • Mohiniyattam (1976) .... Ranjini
  • Anubhavam (1976)
  • Sindooram (1976)
  • Njaval Pazhangal (1976)
  • Hello Darling (1975) ... Leela
  • Penpada (1975) .... Ammukutty
  • Omanakunju (1975)
  • Abhimanam (1975)
  • Love Letter (1975)
  • Utharayanam (1975)
  • Makkal (1975)
  • Ragam (1975)
  • Boy Friend (1975)
  • Kanyakumari (1974) ... Tourist
  • Nadeenadanmaare Aavasyamundu (1974)
  • Kaarthika (1968)

Television career[edit]

Year Title Channel Notes
2001 Peythoriyathe Surya TV
2001 Porutham Surya TV
2002 Snehatheeram DD Malayalam
2002 American Dreams Asianet Won ,Second Best Actress Award in Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards (2004)
2004 Sthree Oru Santhwanam Asianet
2004 Akkare Akkare Surya TV
2005 Valayam DD Malayalam
2005-2006 Summer in america Kairali TV
2006 Sathi Leelavathi Amrita TV
Maaya Kairali TV
Thaali Asianet
2008-2009 Enkilum Ente Gopalakrishna Asianet
2009 Rahasyam Asianet
2010-2012 Harichandanam Asianet Won, Asianet television awards 2011-Best Character Actress
2011-2013 Indhumukhi Chandramathi Surya TV
2012-2013 Amma Ammayiyamma Kairali TV Judge
2013 Amma Ammayiyamma 2 Kairali TV Judge
2015-2016 Indumathi Chandramathi 2 Surya TV Sequel to Indumukhi Chandramthi

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://cinidiary.com/people.php?pigsection=Actor&picata=2&no_of_displayed_rows=17&no_of_rows_page=10&sletter=
  2. ^ http://www.vanitha.in/face-to-face/interview/mallika-sukumaran.html
  3. ^ "പൃഥ്വിയ്ക്ക് എന്തെങ്കിലും വിഷമമുണ്ടായാല്‍ ഇന്ദ്രനാണ് ദുഃഖം :Interview with Mallika Sukumaran". malayalam.oneindia.com. Retrieved 17 October 2015.  zero width joiner character in |title= at position 41 (help)
  4. ^ http://www.mathrubhumi.com/movies/interview/38182/
  5. ^ :: Mallika Sukumaran mother of Prithviraj South Indian Bold Actor malayalam, tamil, movie, cinema
  6. ^ http://www.thehindu.com/2005/02/19/stories/2005021908910400.htm
  7. ^ Mallika Sukumaran debuts in Tamil
  8. ^ https://www.facebook.com/spiceboatdoha/info?tab=overview
  9. ^ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movies/news/Mallika-Sukumaran-to-settle-in-Doha/articleshow/13149623.cms